Refrigerator with snow!
I haven't been to it yet, but Takeda-dori is equipped with light crampons.
This time, the"Homework of how to read the clock"that appears in Elementary 1 is
It feels like Tsumaranai, and I'm not motivated at all.
Point out all over the world Write some thoughts for the right kids.
This is the enemy.
A print in which the clock face and"() ji () fun"are lined up endlessly.
This is an atmosphere where the approach hasn't changed since 50 years ago.
With one kind of the same fill-in-the-blank quiz, do it well with this
The amount of training is innocent, and the training is repeated.
It's exactly the same way as creating an addition and subtraction problem.
I'd like you to insert a different explanation.
I didn't have to do the same problem with printing like this
Isn't there a way to see it?
How about this? I thought about some things
I will introduce it in several parts.
Make"minutes"and"hours"look different. How about that?
The back is like this. It's stopped with a split pin. ↓
You can stack the pieces apart and refasten them with a split pin.
The layers of minutes and hours are united.
It's a little sideways
I sometimes see the round-throwing problem,"Let's make a problem by myself"
First of all, make an interesting problem.
Also, please explain"how to create a problem".
I'll do this much today.
"Clock with depth"